These were the most read posts on the site this week, in case you missed it:
There are no asset managers who represent their strategy to clients as “We buy the most expensive assets, and add to them as they rise in price and valuation.” That’s unfortunate
Why Ritholtz’s Brown is picking homebuilders for his last chance trade from CNBC.
So far, this phenomenon has not occurred in the United States. But that may just be a matter of time.
Josh Brown: You can make the case for a market pause from CNBC.
I do have an issue with convincing people it’s a safe haven asset. Get the f*** out of here.
How to play FedEx and Stitch Fix in the trade war? And more in #AskHalftime from CNBC.
The only reason stocks can go up is because they can also go down.
One thing you ought to notice right off the bat is that vol normalizes and finds its original level
I think he makes a good point, with just one caveat